Seven results from GuestXR included in the Innovation Radar Platform of the European Commission
The European Commission has included seven GuestXR innovations in its Innovation Radar Platform, an initiative to identify and disseminate high-potential innovations and innovators in EU-funded research and innovation projects.
In particular, the advances in the state-of-the-art selected, part of the GuestXR project, and the partners leading them are detailed in the following list:
- SDK for AI-based speech enhancement tools to be used in XR applications and/or hearing aids devices – Eurecat.
- An integrated measure of social presence combining brain and body in XR environment – Maastricht University.
- Computer simulation of turn taking in XR environments – University of Warsaw.
- Electrophysiology training platform in XR – g.tec.
- Haptic interfaces (hardware/devices and software rendering algorithms) to support social interactionss in XR environment – Inria.
- Meta Agent for regulating multiple agents or humans in XR environments – Reichman University.
- Reconfigurable body avatars – Virtual Bodyworks.
The Innovation Radar’s goal is to allow every citizen, public official, professional and business person to discover the outputs of EU innovation funding and give them a chance to seek out innovators.
Moreover, by providing greater access to such information, the Innovation Radar encourages the development of a dynamic ecosystem of incubators, entrepreneurs, funding agencies and investors that can help get EU-funded innovations faster to market.